February 18, 2012
Prep roundup: Winfield boys dominate Oak Hill 67-38
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Zach Gunter dropped in 24 points as host Winfield dominated Class AA No. 6 Oak Hill 67-38 Saturday in boys basketball.

"We haven't been playing well of late and we needed to do so to break out of this funk," said Winfield coach Pat McGinnis. "We played well defensively, we shared the basketball and shot the ball a lot better than we have. Just an all-around better game than what we've been playing here lately."

Chris Turner added 14 points and Zach Fisher turned in 13 for the Generals (13-7), who outscored the Red Devils 59-31 from the second quarter on. Rondale Watson had 20 points for Oak Hill (13-7).

  • BUFFALO 67, EAST HARDY 58: Alex Ferrari tallied 20 points as Buffalo won the the Division I championship of the Hometown Invitational tournament in Elkins. Isaiah Robinson chipped in 11 for the Bison (14-6). Tyler Mongold scored 21 for the Cougars (12-8) while Shawn Skovron had 15.
  • SISSONVILLE 60, CHAPMANVILLE 46: Zach Null had and Jake Sisson added 13 points for the Class AA No. 7 Indians (16-5), while Caleb Wilkinson had 12. Trent Stowers corralled 15 boards for host Sissonville. Matt Cook netted 16 points for Chapmanville (13-7) while Mackenzie Martin posted 13. Sissonville outscored the Tigers 24-10 in the fourth quarter.
  • GREATER BECKLEY 64, TEAYS 57: Jeffrey Mullins amassed 27 points and Elisha Kidd added 22 as Greater Beckley Christian claimed third place in the West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament in Summersville. Elias Beacom netted 19 for Teays Valley Christian (21-9) while Jonah Cosby had 13.
  • CALVARY 62, GRACE 57: Jake Law dropped in 24 points and Trent Spears had 21 points and 11 rebounds as Calvary Baptist (13-13) won fifth place in the WVCAT. Aaron Weber recorded 22 points for Grace Christian.
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